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Oakland's initial growth came from using hillside oak and redwood timber to build San Francisco. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, many San Franciscans headed to Oakland and a great number of Oakland's homes were built during the 1910s and 1920s. During the late twentieth century, a steady flood of immigrants from around the globe came into Oakland, and it is now known as one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the U.S.

Population: 404155
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: Laney College Merritt College California College of the Arts Holy Names University Lincoln University Mills College Patten University Samuel Merritt College

Zip Codes associated with oakland, california: 94601 94602 94603 94605 94606 94607 94608 94609 94610 94611 94612 94615 94617 94618 94619 94621
Towns/Cities near oakland, california : Emeryville Piedmont Tuxedo Acorn Prescott Oak Tree Oakmore Clawson Mosswood

Oakland News
Oakland strike: Protest to continue 'until further notice' despite pact to mediate

Now in its fifth day, the Oakland workers strike will continue through Monday and "until further notice," despite both sides agreeing on a mediator to help them resolve their differences, officials from both the city and union said Saturday. The city's largest union, Service Employers International Union Local 1021 , which represents some 3,000 employees, said Friday it would agree to enter mediation with the city.

Oakland agrees to mediator for talks with striking workers

Striking civilian labor unions which represent approximately 2,700 employees at Frank Ogawa Plaza on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017 in Oakland, CA. Striking civilian labor unions which represent approximately 2,700 employees at Frank Ogawa Plaza on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017 in Oakland, CA.

Spring 2018 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers

Former president Bill Clinton's political thriller, coauthored with bestseller James Patterson, is the season's big book, but other goodies include Laura Lippman's homage to James M. Cain and Jo Nesb's redo of Shakespeare's Macbeth . Bestseller Berry's "rookie foray into full length, novel-sized first-person narrative," as he calls this Cotton Malone thriller in an afterword, ingeniously mixes mystery and history to cast a surprising light on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968.

Oakland police investigate sexual assault on Mills College campus

The assault was reported around 7:15 a.m. on Friday at 5000 MacArthur Blvd., the private liberal arts college's main address, police said. There is one suspect who is not in custody, according to police.

The state Attorney General filed an amicus brief Friday in support of Oakland's coal ban.

State Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a brief in support of the city's ban on the storage and handling of coal and petroleum coke in Oakland. The city ordinance was passed in July 2016, effectively killing plans to transport the ore through a lpanned terminal near the Port of Oakland, on a portion of the former Oakland Army Base land.

Oakland Schools Superintendent Proposes Reducing Cuts from $15 Million to $9 million

Oakland public schools Superintendent Kyla Johnson-Trammell said at last night's school board meeting that the district needs to cut $9 million from it's current fiscal year budget. The number is a downward revision from the $15.1 million in cuts that district leaders said as recently as last week would be necessary to avoid a fiscal crisis and possible state takeover.

Man accused of five BART car break-ins arrested

A man accused of five car break-ins at an East Bay BART Station parking lot is now in custody. An auto burglary suspect allegedly responsible for five break-ins at the MacArthur Station parking lot yesterday is in custody thanks to an alert customer who reported suspicious activity to a nearby BART Police officer.

Oakland to declare impasse in labor dispute on fourth day of

DECEMBER 05: Oakland city workers carry signs as they picket outside of Oakland City Hall on December 5, 2017 in Oakland, California. Thousands of Oakland city workers went on strike early Tuesday as contract negotiations stalled out following the expiration of the unionsA* contract in July.

Man killed in Oakland traffic collision identified

A man killed Wednesday night when he was hit by a car in Chinatown and knocked more than 100 feet was identified by the coroner's office Friday as Grant Anthony Webb Jr., 32, of Oakland. Police said the driver who hit him, a 29-year-old Hayward man, remained at the scene and was released after questioning pending further investigation.

Man sentenced in gunbattle that killed Oakland mom sheltering her children

One of eight people accused in a West Oakland gunbattle that killed a 30-year-old mother of three as she tried to rush her children to safety was sentenced Friday. The gunfight broke out between two groups of people, none of whom lived in the neighborhood but hung out at 30th and Chestnuts streets on the afternoon of March 9, 2015.

CalPIRG: More needs to be done to get lead out of Oakland schools

'We're not out of the woods yet': Some Skirball fire evacuation orders lifted after fire destroys 6 Bel-Air homes, burns 475 acres Morgan O'Hare, who works for Terraphase engineers, collected water samples at Thornhill Elementary, one of 14 Oakland Unified School Disitrcts with at least one water tap containing lead levels higher than federal standards. Advocates are urging OUSD to ramp up its testing process and to address all taps that show lead levels.

People and water: Exploring the social-ecological condition of watersheds of the United States

Scown, M., J. Flotemersch, T. Spanbauer, T. Eason, A. Garmestani, AND B. Chaffin. People and water: Exploring the social-ecological condition of watersheds of the United States.

Alumna takes dope photos

After the vibrant female energy she felt during a No Doubt concert in 1997, SF State alumna Ashleigh Castro realized she wanted to become a photographer. Castro is now freelancing for Dope magazine a publication that focuses mainly on cannabis and hopes to get more women in the cover.

Q&A: Berkeley City Councilmember Ben Bartlett on...

In addition to efforts such as expanding affordable housing, the council member has been instrumental in making sure that Berkeley is one of the few local governments that are ready to participate in recreational sales beginning in 2018. Bartlett has sat on four Berkeley commissions while also working as an environmental lawyer.

Ex-tenant says police visited Oakland warehouse before fire

This Dec. 13, 2016 file photo shows flowers, pictures, signs and candles, are placed at the scene of a warehouse fire in Oakland, Calif. A former tenant of an Oakland warehouse says police were called to the unlicensed residence several times to help with evictions, and even knew the leaseholder by name.

Man says dog saved his life in Oakland shooting over parking spot dispute

Jimmy Martinez, 54, credits the 4-year-old Labrador and pit-bull mix he has had since she was a puppy with saving his life Monday afternoon. A gunman, who had already shot him in the hand in a dispute over a parking place in East Oakland, shot the dog when it came to its owner's defense.

Guitar ace Mike Stern still picking and grinning after accident nearly dashed career

The title of Mike Stern's new album "Trip" offers a revealing clue about the guitarist's resilience in the face of extreme adversity. In early July last year, while running errands the day before jetting off to Europe for a tour, Stern was crossing a Manhattan street trying to hail a cab when a hidden pile of construction debris sent him sprawling to the pavement.

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